Solid Waste – The Ultimate Guide

Solid Waste – The Ultimate Guide

Solid waste can be defined as any type of waste is generated by every day human activities. It can be in the form of household garbage, food, plastic, etc. The Waste Stream The waste stream is a term that describes the steady flow of varied wastes that we all produce. Many materials in the waste stream would be valuable resources if they were not mixed with other garbage. A problem…

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Soil Sediment Sampling

Soil Sediment Sampling

Soil sediment and Contamination Lynn Anders defined soil sediment sampling as a process which occurs as an outcome of soil movement, also called as erosion usually by means of water. Moving water from sources such as stream, river or rainfall runs off over the soil surface and washes debris along with soil, and the soil components that settle down constitute soil sediments. Soil Sediment and Contamination…

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Environmental Monitoring Methods

Environmental Monitoring Methods

Environmental Monitoring is process of understanding the level of harmful pollutants present in atmosphere and its effects on environment, human life, animals and trees. Objectives of Environmental Monitoring Data obtained from Environmental monitoring can be used to draw trends for future complications. Also it allows us to identify natural calamities before time and precautionary measures can be taken to soften the impact. Read more about Purpose or Objectives of Environmental…

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Benefits of Environmental Monitoring

Benefits of Environmental Monitoring

Purpose & benefits of Environmental Monitoring is to understand whether quality of environmental is getting better or worse. Information collected by Environmental Consultants by Monitoring Environment is very helpful to take decisions for government and non-governmental bodies. The most important purpose or benefit of Environmental monitoring is to see and analyze trends & patterns of presence of air pollutants in atmosphere. Purpose or Objectives of Environmental Monitoring The purpose or…

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Soil Fertility : The Complete Guide

Soil Fertility : The Complete Guide

To study of supplying nutrients from soil to plant is known as soil fertility. Soil Fertility is part of Pedology i.e. Study of Soils in their natural environment. It is the capacity of soil to support the plant growth. So, capacity/strength of soil is tested. Fertility of soil can affect by 3 major components: Chemical Soil Fertility Physical Soil Fertility Biological Soil Fertility Soil chemistry is concerned with availability of…

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